Idiot Son is a new Bushwick lo-fi indie rock band comprised of James Logue (guitar/vocals), Andy Dymond (bass/vocals) and Brett Wishart (drums/vocals).
Haybaby’s newest EP SUPERPRESENT reinforces the band’s talent for mixing grungy guitar with sticky sweet girl/boy vocals into a sophisticated combination that’s addictive and complex.
In the age of selfies, reality TV, and astronomically successful bloggers under the age of 15, how do we cope with our own shortcomings?
Our review of Toons and photo diary of their recent show at 285 Kent.
Stream The Denzels’ newest track and watch 30 seconds of their show at 285 Kent.
NC-based band Lonnie Walker is a unique blend of punk and folk, like if the Pixies, Woody Guthrie and DNA raised a baby together.
The bizarrely charming Mac Demarco plays Kings Barcade in the always recklessly enthusiastic city of Raleigh, NC.
Kicking off the release of their new EP, American Royalty played the first night of their Prismatic tour at Glasslands.
Highly Suspect played Trash Bar Wednesday night, and never before have I seen a Williamsburg audience get so pumped.
I’m not quite sure how to describe Brooklyn band The Adventures of the Silver Spaceman… certainly no better than frontman Zach Ellis puts it, as “the continuing story of a luminous ball of light,” but I’ll make an attempt.